The world has programmed women to disdain "softness." It pushes a far different ideal for what you should be.
But God's Word tells women to aim for "the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God's sight is very precious" (1 Peter 3:4).
What does it signify, is there invisible meaning in its visible signs—the softness, the smoothness, the lighter bone and muscle structure, the breasts, the womb?
Are they utterly unrelated to what you yourself are?
, woman's sexuality is at the forefront of the story.
He wants you to understand the cosmic, amazing meaning of sex, and to honor that meaning with all your heart. The more you embrace constitutes appropriate sexual conduct will become to you.
Isn't your identity intimately bound up with these material forms? Your physical body testifies to a spiritual truth: Softness is at the core of what it means to be a woman.
If you look up the dictionary definition of "soft," you'll find that it means not hard; yielding readily to touch, flexible, pliable; delicate, graceful; not loud; quietly pleasant; calm, gentle, kind, tender, compassionate, and sympathetic.
Singles have more time and energy to serve the body of Christ and further the kingdom. Singles have a unique role to play in telling the story of Jesus.
When, by your sexual chastity, you display the story of the church faithfully waiting for her coming Groom, the whole community benefits.